We Can All Learn Something from John Muir
Set to a John Muir quote, narrated by none other than mountain climber Lou Whittaker—outdoor films don't get better than this.
A Stunning Timelapse From Canada
After a photography mission with Project PoSSUM studying noctilucent clouds, Adrien Mauduit took a three thousand mile road trip and filmed My Canadian Summer.
An Incredible Road Trip Through Australia
Filmmaker Ben Walton is traveling around Australia in a bus which he and some friends have outfitted for an endless road trip.
Capturing the Beauty of Iceland
This wasn't filmmaker Jesse Yang's first time in Iceland, but it was his first solo trip. On a backpacking trip with friends, he vowed to return in an attempt to illustrate how majestic this place truly is.
Timelapse From Scotland And Norway
Filmmaker Vadim Sherbakov has traveled all over the globe creating exceptional timelapses, and The North is no different.
A Drone Journey from Portugal's Coast
Filmmaker Arvids Baranovs of Eaglewood Films loaded up his family of four and headed to the Portugal coast. In search of some finer weather than early spring in Latvia can provide, they caught a glimpse of solitude on the mainland Europe's western region.
A High Desert Timelapse
Desert & Glass is a timelapse from eastern Oregon's high desert. The film demonstrates that though it lacks the huge cacti and large rock spires of the southwest, it more than makes up for in sheer vastness.
Drones Descend on Iceland
From Wesley Versteeg of VIP3Rmedia, Serenity is a drone film that features stunning landscapes in Iceland.
Drone Footage from Oregon's Stunning Coast
From filmmaker Taylor Gray, Clearly Coastal is a drone journey along the coast of Oregon.
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